Top Concerns in Software Supply Chain Management

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Click through for the top concerns in software supply chain management, as identified by Coverity.

Software development organizations today are frequently stuck in the middle of conflicting business priorities. On the one hand, they need to help their respective organizations deliver innovative products and services out to market quicker than competitors. On the other, they are responsible for delivering high quality, highly secure code that helps them drive customer satisfaction and mitigate risk. On top of all that, both the development and QA functions are under increasing pressure to reduce costs and drive further efficiencies. All these factors make for the perfect storm of software development. This slideshow features the top concerns in software supply chain management, as identified by Coverity.

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